Israeli Patrol Panics About A Kid Chasing A Hen In South Lebanon

NNA | Al-Masdar

An Israeli military patrol opened gunfire on Tuesday towards the outskirts of Mays el-Jabal in south Lebanon, in al-Berkeh neighborhood, before returning to the Israeli side, the National News Agency reported on Tuesday.

A 9-year-old boy, who lives with his family near the technical separation fence, was chasing after a hen that escaped from the coop. The Israeli troops fired several bullets in the air, as admitted by the IDF, calling the boy “a suspect.”

A Lebanese army patrol and UNIFIL troops arrived at the scene and opened an investigation into the incident.

Lebanon stressed on December 7th, during a routine meeting with the Israeli army and the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon, on the need for the Jewish state to withdraw from all occupied territories.

Lebanon has also complained to the U.N. against Israeli constant violations of the Lebanese airspace.

Their violations went further daring when, about two weeks ago, Israeli commandos reportedly disembarked on a south Lebanon’s beach, off the coast of Jiyyeh, nearly 24 kilometers south of Beirut.

The naval units stayed on Lebanon’s territory for some time before leaving the way they came in

Moreover, right after postposing the next round of indirect negotiations over the maritime border demarcation, the Israeli military installed a new naval buoy within Lebanese waters at Ras Al-Naqoura to mark its occupation of a disputed area of 860 kilometers.

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